Talk:Evansville Courier & Press
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Morning Versus Evening Newspapers
Wasn't the Courier a morning newpaper, while the Press was an afternoon/evening newspaper? This might be worth mentioning, as such an arrangement has been common in many cities across the country -- and many of those newspapers have later combined into one local newspaper, just like the Courier and the Press ended up doing. I grew up just across the Ohio river from Evansville (in Henderson, Kentucky), and for many years back in the 1960's (and 1970's?) my father had an Evansville Press "motor route", delivering the Press by car throughout much of Henderson County in the afternoons. Many Henderson-area residents would receive the Henderson newspaper (The Gleaner) in the morning and the Evansville Press in the afternoon. And then on Sunday, the combined Evansville Courier & Press would be delivered early Sunday morning. JeffSmith2010 (talk) 17:11, 16 April 2010 (UTC)
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